CURE’s prostate cancer page is an extensive resource of cancer information featuring the latest prostate cancer news, expert oncologist insights on the latest cancer treatments, oncology research, advocacy efforts, and medical data on prostate cancer.
September 25th 2020
From a new study showing that the iCanQuit smoking cessation app is more likely to work than typical guidelines, to the House unanimously passing the Veteran’s Prostate Cancer Treatment and Research Act, here’s what’s happening in the cancer landscape this week.
September 23rd 2020
The PARP inhibitor Lynparza reduced the risk for death by 31% in men with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer compared with Xtandi or Zytiga plus the corticosteroid prednisone.
September 8th 2020
Charles J. Ryan, M.D., internationally recognized for his research on prostate cancer, discusses risk factors, treatments and racial disparities associated with the disease.
September 5th 2020
A roundup of the latest news and updates for patients with prostate cancer from CURE®.
August 30th 2020
The evolving understanding of cancer genetics is allowing for clinicians to look at how to move rare cancer treatments, and identifications, forward.
August 26th 2020
The Food and Drug Administration noted the trial design was acceptable for researchers to evaluate VERU-111 in in metastatic castration and novel androgen-blocking agent resistant prostate cancer.
August 21st 2020
From the bi-partisan Research to Accelerate Cures and Equity (RACE) for Children Act implementing an FDA mandate that all new cancer therapies for adults must also be studied in children, to the “Iron Man” of baseball Cal Ripken Jr. announcing he’s cancer free after a February diagnosis, here’s what’s happening in the cancer landscape this week.
August 18th 2020
The World's Leading Non-profit Organization in Prostate Cancer Research Encourages Americans to Eat Healthier While Raising Awareness About Health Disparities Among African American Men.
August 17th 2020
New research has found that the risk for invasive prostate cancer increases significantly when patients have a family history of PBSIN along with invasive prostate cancer.
August 14th 2020
Prostate cancer treatments can cause side effects in a part of the body that might be unexpected— the heart. Here's how one expert believes patients can mitigate them.